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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 24, 1911, Ames, Iowa Ames daily intelligencer volume 44 Ames Iowa Friday november 24, 1911 number 45 la Clear the decks dec 14-1?" watchword of Ames men request made by men and religion Forward movement that All social engagements be dispensed with during the four Days Campaign a Clear the decks december 14-17 in this is the watchword of the committees of the men and religion Forward movement preparatory for the great four Dav campaigns thursday Friday saturday and sunday dec. 14, 15,16 and 17. Some discussion has Arisen among the members of the publicity committee As to tile Best watchword for the occasion. One member favored a Clear the floor and pigeonhole the decks a another wanted a Clear the coast a and still another a suspend social when a Clear the decks december 14-17�?o was suggested j. G. Tilden thought this embraced everything desired and would convey the whole information. He moved that it be adopted and the committee we As unanimous in the vote. A Clear the decks december 14-17 in the four Day Campaign will be made a great religious festival it is a Booster movement to get people to get her. Ames needs it. The Community spirit must be promoted to keep Ames grow ing. Men Are becoming familiar with the Forward movement. They Are learning mat it is no funeral occasion. True religion Means Sunshine. Sanctimonious Ness Means depression and disease. The publicity committee following the action of the general committee will ask Tim ministers of the City to Call special attention sunday to the a Clear the decks december 14-17�?� watchword. Put Asid All engagements which can be put aside during those four Days. Get into the game with Sunshine in your face and the real brotherhood spirit in your heart. There is not a Man in Ames who does not have some kind of a religion. Tile Forward movement Means that All Are asked to get that religion out of lading and to apply it to the practical things of ii few to boost a higher and better civilization and to boost Ames. It is to Eon Vert the grouch and make a Man of him. A Clear the decks december 14-17�?� Kelley Bank shows splendid growth a Chicago architect is said to have arrived at the conclusion after careful study of the subject that the Capitol at Washington cannot last More than ave Hundred years. Colonel Bryan would better get a sprint on. For a Young institution the citizens savings Bank at Kelley shows a growth few Banks in Iowa can equal. But Kelley is located in the Center of a very prosperous neighbourhood and the people there Are backing the institution which is but a few months old w Ith a United backing w Ith Over $24,-000 in deposits demonstrates the fact that there is Money in the country and lots of it. Or. C. L. Siverly who organized the Bank and has had supervision of its affairs is certainly to he congratulated upon his Good work. He enjoys the Confidence of his old neighbors at Kelley and that is an asset not named in the statement w hich the Bank makes in this Issue of the intelligencer. Commissioner for Story county is appointed will m. Tim i has received an a it ointment As commissioner of Story county for the federation of american motorcyclists signed by f. R. Jenkins state commissioner. This organization is for the purpose of getting legislation for Monterey lists the looking after a a Good roads and All things corresponding to the Aims of the association of american automobile its which works for the Benefit of those owning motor cars. The Headquarters of the f. A. M. Is at Bangor Maine. Des Moines has Holiday for Ames Drake game try the daily advertising columns. Mayor Hanna has issued a proclamation declaring saturday afternoon a Holiday because of the great Ames Drake game. Many will attend from Ames More undoubtedly than usually go on thanks giving Day. Drake is showing its feathers and it is up to Captain Harte to Curry it Down. Burg will be Able to kick a Beautiful setting of Goose eggs from the Des Moines Bird As a closing Climax of a seasons Brilliant career. Youthful wireless inventor William Dubilier who has out dist need the world s most famous electrical experimenters at 22 years of age but creating a wireless Telephone that enables one to receive a spoken message out of the air from a distance of 25 Miles is a product of new Yorkus East Side educated in Public schools he Devi oped a craze for electricity he ent red the electrical engineering depart ment of Cooper Union and worked at i ight in a Telegraph office to earn his by ing at 19 he was chief electrician of a wireless concern and in the Pasi Thiee years Nap invented Many new wireless instruments Dubilier has just gone to England the English government defraying All his expenses and he has secured contracts in England France and Germany for rights to use his invention to the value of $1,250,000. Flug is hoisted on pm building one yeah in jail for three tar men a postmaster Bosworth a Flag Wras placed on the Federal building this morning. The Gold Ball on the top of the staff is 12 inches in diameter. The St Aff stands 20 feet above the roof and of feet from the ground. The Farmers South East of town began shredding this week the Rex engine and Taylor shredder beginning work yesterday at or. John Tavlores. To Kelley sunday for Forward movement prof. Fred w. Beckman willbe the principal speaker of the meeting at Kelley sunday afternoon at 2 30. The male quartet and the members of the committee will take the 2 of clock i turban and return to Ames at 4. Special Sale for i. Saturday Only we will offer you your Choice of our entire line of $1.50 shirts for$1.13 not Over three to any one person. T. Cook the three men who confessed guilt in the Kansas tar and Feather cases were sent to jail today for one year. In the other cases the jury has not yet brought in a verdict. Post office hours for thanksgiving Day the following Are Holiday hours for thanksgiving Day nov. 30, 1911. Main office closes at 10 30 a. In. City carriers will make one full delivery to residences and one full collection from Street letter boxes. Rural carriers will not make their trips. A Rural mail Carrier will be on duty at the Rural carriers window in Post office to serve patrons who May Call. Mail will lie despatched from main office at same hours As on other week Days. Station a will close at 11 30 a. In. City carriers will make one full delivery to patrons and one full collection from Street letter boxes in Forenoon mail willbe despatched at following hours 7 20a. In. 10 30 a. In. And 6 10 p. In. L. M. Bosworth postmaster the weather. Fair tonight and saturday warmer tonight. The lowest temperature tonight will be about 25 degrees. Next convention comes to Ames Dean Stange re elected Secre pm 11 in Ary and treasurer a state of Haiti veterinary association Henry Clay Beattie jr., went to the electric chair at 7 23 this morning Eastern time at Richmond va., and in two minutes was dead. Desiring to place himself right before god and Man he confessed his guilt of the crime of murdering his wife. He went to the chair with a smile on his face and a prayer for forgiveness on his lips. Jess Reimer throws East Indian Champion last night at the coliseum at Des Moines Jess renter who refereed the championship match in which Ames won threw Karla the East Indian Champion. There were two straight Falls the first in 27 minutes the Sec oud in 7 minutes. Blood poisoning from the bite of a rat William Hiland of Ogden Boone co. Tried to kill a rat. The rodent jumped at him and bit him on the linger. Blood poisoning has followed and serious results Are expected. Basket Ball team goes to Jefferson or. C. H. Stange was re elected Secretary and treasurer of the state veterinary association which met this week at Cedar rapids which was a very fitting Way of acknowledging the Able manner in which the doctor handled this work the past year. The next meeting of the association will be held in Ames. The attendance was very Large and the members were enthusiastic Over the Progress of the Ames veterinary department which with its new buildings and equipment will become the greatest in the country. Boone makes Start to better conditions a Start has been made to better conditions in that Saloon stricken town. Wednesday evening a supper was served by the men to the boys on the order of the Ames big Brothers meet ing which was attended by Over 400 men and boys. The news Republican says that a Over four score boys and a few adult guests the intelligencer sincerely congratulates Boone on the Start it has made. The Ames High school Basket Ball team leaves this evening for Jefferson to play the High school team returning on the late train. The players will be accompanied by their coach miss Pammel who will not choose those to open the game until they reach Jefferson those going Are Violet Pammel Captain Velma Griffith Edith Curtiss Lisette Meltzer Mary Darner Edith read Marie Ferguson Helen King and Loretta Harriman. Mrs. Joe Grove is visiting friends in Des Moines. Or. And mrs. Walter Newcomb and daughter Grace of Corning visited at the Home of Rev. Jay Kirkendall this week. Or. Lewis Olson who has been ill several weeks with typhoid fever is showing some signs of improvement and Hopes for his recovery Are now entertained by the family. Display of nerve at Boone. The Boone news Republican has come out boldly and bravely against the Fellows in Kansas who tarred and feathered the Young lady school teacher. Then a has a whole hat full of Sand in lighting cuss Edness far away from Home. Two Pioneer citizens of Boone Are dead Joseph Dyer died yesterday at the Hospital in Boone funeral saturday afternoon at two of clock at the Home in Worth township. Burial in Boone cemetery. David m. Bass we Ell known Veteran of civil War died wednesday. Funeral sunday at the Home three Miles North of Boone. Burial in Bass Point cemetery. The Zig Zag Trail is on tonight professor Bishops class of boys and mrs. Barrettes class of girls have the Zig Zag Trail in charge tonight at the methodist Church. You can to afford to n iss it. The winners and doers will show you. Linen Shower for Vii in Terly a Surprise Linen Shower was Given for miss Blanche Easterly one of the december brides to be at the Home of the misses Marie and Edith Cole miss Easterly having arrived during the Early part of the evening suspected nothing until about eight of clock when a Large crowd of her intimate friends walked in upon her and successfully surprised her. The program consisted of music and games and miss Easterly Sang several of her favorite selections. A Novelty scheme was carried on with red hearts tied to a string each girl having been asked to find a string which told her future Fate. Miss Easterly a string led to the dining room table where valuable linens were awaiting her. The House was Deco rated with red and White chrysanthemums. The color scheme in the dining room was carried out with red hearts and red and White ribbons running from the chandelier to the Corners of the table and various parts of the room. At the close of the evening a delightful luncheon was served by miss Edith Cole assisted by miss Gladys Holmes the party broke up at a late hour and each one declared they had a joyous time and Many Good advices were Given to the Bride to be. A potatoes will have car Load Minnesota potatoes on track tomorrow. Also have new York apples for Sale a most All varieties. S. L. Akin. Supreme court reverse decision the supreme court has reversed the finding of the lower court in the Huxley Bank a exaltation Case. Geo. Ner Ness h. O. Peterson and Tom Apland the supreme court says Are not liable for the loss sustained through the shortage of Ralph Aldrich who is now at fort Madison. Twenty 25 per cent off on All trimmed hats up to $5. On hats above $5 a special discount of 33 and a third per cent w ill be Given thanksgiving Day at the Temple of Economy store it. Glade him cheer for ame. Or. And mrs. A. D. Johnson of Slater entertained editor Mal and and the teachers for sunday dinner. Plat a cards of appropriate suggestions Wert j used. Superintendent Wydell was featured As a Rah Rah College boy swinging an Ames Pennant. As professor Wydell is an Iowa rooter the company required him to display the Ames colors and he did it Good Nat redly. It would be a Fine thing for this country if Italy would Call Home All of her a Blaek handers to help fight the turks. Stephenson was elected senator from Wisconsin by a majority of 45,-000 cigars and 210,000 glasses of Beer. A new Jersey candidate for sheriff is campaigning in an automobile Hearse. Very suggestive business for the undertaker. If you Are not a regular subscriber to the intelligencer Telephone your name and address and Street number or Rural route and your name will be put on the list. Same As Bacon this season Streak of fat and Streak of lean Streak of Cool and Streak of warm. Attorney general Wickersham is determined to Force the Wall paper Trust to the Wall As it were. Some people Are so unlucky the would be run Over by a Pushcart instead of an automobile. My the perfect wife As we under Ames hi8h foot a team o 1 husband that tobacco Moke improves plays the last game of the season on the slate Field saturday at lace curtains. 2 to with Ebser it Ity High

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